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Eighth Year—No. 48.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. October 2, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Display of Local Products
the Cause Favorable
The exliiliitoi's at the display of
Kettle valley products in this city
last Saturday, of A'hicli a description was printed in The Sun four
days in advance of any other publication, were:
Martin Burrell—Thirty varieties
of apples, four of pears, four of
grapes, and a number of varieties of
Robert Lawson—A large collection of fruits and vegetables.
Eugene Herrick—A large variety
of apples, plums, pears, crab apples
and vegetables.
Frache Bros.—A beautiful lloral
display, vegetables, and canned tomatoes from their new cannery.
H. W. Collins—Twelve varieties
of apples, some pears and Lombard
\V. H. Covert—Second growth
strawberries; Stovall's evergreen
sweet corn, 12 feet high with cobs
14 inches in length; potatoes and
other vegetables.
Cooper Bros., C. C. Heaven,Chas.
Hesse and Gus Snyder ("dry farmers' ')—Large oijUasl.eb, limogolds
watermelons, potatoes, turnips, carrots, onions, orn on cob and a vast,
variety of fruit. Home line oats and
wheat wus also shown.
J. D. Honsberger—Fine exhibit
of prunes; Wolf River apples, mangolds, Pond's Seedling plums, sugar
beets and vegetables.
A. D. Morrison—Apples and
grapes, preserving tomatoes, crook-
neck squash, sweet peas and beans
in bulk, bunching onions, potatoes
and other vegetables.
John Cox—Early Rose potatoes,
Swedes, pickling cabbage, Damsons,
and three coops of Langshans, White
Rock and Wyandotte chicken/
Tom Powers—Banner, Six Weeks
and Burbank poiatoes.
C. S. Galloway—White Burpee
Al.Traunweiser—Huge pumpkins
and squash, cabbages and tomatoes.
W. Ross—Sheaves of wheat and
oats, and vegetables.
W. Holmes—Earliest of All and
Early Hamilton potatoes.
A. B, Hood—Wealthy apples.
Percy Clark—Wolf River  apples.
Win. Hoffman—Kentucky wonder beans.
C. G. Wheeler—Tomatoes.
The medals and diplooias won by
Grand Forks exhibitors at various
fairs were also on display. There
were thirteen lirst, second and third
prizes, taken at the Spokane Apple
Show, won by H. W. Collins in
competition with the best the United States could produce; the
Knightian medal taken at London,
England, against all comers; first
prize taken by the Covert estate for
the best five boxes of apples at the
International Exhibition at Vancouver; first for the best display of
fresh fruils at the International Exhibition at Vancouver, won by Jas.
Rooke, and a medal for best condition and freedom from blemish, won
by H. W. Collins at the National
Apple Showln Spokane'.
The   out-of-town    visitors    who
viewed the exhibits were: A. D.
Clyde, Robson; Henry Hayes, Cas-
j tlegar; R. J. Bashford, Queen's Bay;
J. F. Whiten, Robson;W. H. Sharp,
Nelson; J. Danes, Nelson; W. Shepherd, Robson; T. M. Sturgess, Jes-
mond's Ranch; Dr. Norman, Robson: Chas. Husband, Columbia Gardens; J. Patterson, Arrow Park; D.
Wadds, Vancouver; W. Jackson,
Creaton; Frank Weisner, Castlegar;
J. Fleming, Fairfield. The credit for
bringing these excursionists to the
city belongs to the management of
the Riverside nurseries.
The camniittee selected to gather
the exhibits, consisting of Messrs.
Collins, Holmes and Honsberger,
deserve unstinted praise. It was owing to their untiring efforts that the
"fair" proved an unqualified success. Fred Clark and A. D. Morrison had charge of placing the exhibits in the building, and they also
performed their work well.
Settlers to Be Brought Into
North Fork Country
From the East
T. H. Crump, the new C.P.R.
trainmaster, arrived in the city this
week, and bus moved into the house
on Winnipeg avenue recently vacated by his predecessor.
When you want good groceries,
don't forget Robert Lawson. Phone
One of the most interesting exhibits
at tho display of local   products  last
Saturday wns this trunk  of   the  first
apple tiee planted in southern British
Hie Minnesota men who a coupleof Columbia.    It wits packed to this val-
put-chased   6000 acres of  by on horseback from Spokane by Mr.
weeks   ago
land in the North Fork country, coin
prising a tract extending from Lynch
creek to within a mile or two of
Frunklin, intend to subdivide 1200
acres of tbe same at once and bring
out settlers from the east.
For Laughing Purposes
"Built for laughing purposes only"
describes Teddy Webb, who on
Monday night, along witb the other
members of the San Francisco Opera
company, entertained a good house
at the theatre. The audience went
from oneconvolsion of laughter to
another all the way through the
sparkling play, "The Gay Paris-
ienne." The audience was demonstrative, and showed appreciation
right from the drop of the hat, while
on their side, the company cast
woodenness to the winds and entered gaily into the nonsense—one
had almost deviltry—of the play.
Body, bones, and breeches, Teddy is
a comedian, and whether in Scotch
taitan or in broadcloth, he was irresistible. Miss Mabel Day, the
Parisienne, was very sweet. For
daintiness of form and manner
she is comparable only to a humming-bird, and a bird-like voice is
one of her charms. In a bewitching
costume of red, with immaculate
lingerie, she won the hearts of the
men both on and off the Stage. A
duet, "Tweedledum and Tweedle-
dee," by these two principals, and a
quartette, "Cock-a-Doodle doo," in
which tbey took part, appealed to
the popular taste. The Major will
be kindly remembered for the masterly style in whicb he gave the bass
solos, "Tbe Grenadiers" and "I
Want What I Want" Miss Leicester was perfect as Mrs. Honeycomb,
though the part does not give scope
for her sprightliness and vivacity.
The bill would make a joyful ending for the bluest Monthly that ever
The following are the readings
showing the minimum temperature for
each day during the week ending
October "l, 1909:
Miff. TEM.
Saturday      45
Sunday     I.S
Monday     31
Tuesday     50
Wednesday     48
Thursday    37
Friday     33
The total rainfall for the month of
Sepsember, as registered by the government rain gauge on Cooper Bros',
ranch, was 1.18 inches.
W. II. Covert twenty-four years ago,
and was the nucleus of the now famous orchard on the Covert estate.
Herbert Sadler, tuner for the Mason ,fc ltiseh Piano company, is in
town. Phone vour orders to B98, or
leave them at Robt. Petrie's.
Cliff Williams, of Calgary, Alta., is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Herrick, on the Covert estate.
Mr. Williams may locate in the vul-
A.   L,   Lit-tig,   superintendent  of
trallic of the British Columbia Telephone company, was a visitor in the
eity last Friday ami Saturday.
For Sale Cheap—Collapsable go-
cart.    Call on A. H. Napper.
Rev. T. li. MacLeod's Resignation Accepted  by
the Presbytery
R. R Gilpin, customs ollicer at this
port, makes the following detailed'report
nt the customs receipt* at tht* Various
Rub-rustomB offices, ws reported tu th
chief office in this city, for the month of
Urand Forks $2,854.76
Phoenix  1.200.28
Carson     186 M
Cascade       87 S2
Total 84 278.08
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, Ocr.. I.—Silver, olff;
eleetrolvtic copper, \2\(<t \2'-\.
London, Oct. 1.—Silver, 23 3-4:
lead, _E13 2s lid.
Mr. J. F. Whiten, of Robson, spent
Saturday in Grand Forks, visiting his
son, Mr. J. G. Whiten, B. A., principal of the high school.
Al. Traunweiser, of the Yale, returned lust Monday from the Spokane
City Clerk McCullum returned on
'Monday from the Spokane fair.
Mr. and Mrs. G. .Macdonald, of
Pembroke, Out., who have been
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Jeff
Davis, for a week, have returned to
their home.
E. E. Gibson, of the West Kootenay Power company, visited I'hoenix and Greenwood this week.
F. M. Kerby made a business trip
to Greenwood this week.
Judge J. R. Brown.of Greenwood,
was a visitor in the city last Mod-
Government Agent S. It. Almond
and wife returned home this week
from a vacation trip.
Mrs. D. McCallum and daughter
returned last Tuesday from Ontario,
where they have been spending the
E. Miller returned on Tuesday
from a week's visit to Vancouver and
J. Bugbee, of the smelter force, returned last night from a visit to
Vancouver and lhe Seattle exposition.
The committees perfecting the
preliminary arrangements for the
organization of an agricultural association will meet in the city hall at
8 o'clock this evening.
M. S. Middleton, provincial fruit
inspector for the Kootenays, inspected the orchards in thc valley
tbis week. Ho also made a thorough inspection of the nursery stock
nt the Itiver tide nurseries, antl issued a certificate to the effect that he
lound no infections diseases, lie
also stated that the slock is all
well grown and of excellent quality.
The passenger train from Nelson
on Tuesday last got stalled in the! Mf»; w- fruax held her post-
Bulldog tunnel. Fortunately thel nuPtial reception '»' Wednesday after-
engineer got the train under way I"°""- though the weather -as not
again before the air in the coaches at ,ts ""'st l'1''"-"1-sU"'' ""l",.v ladlM
got too close. ™lm;".' ,I"L.V their devoir* to the sum-
'ner bride, and witilin   doors  a   grate
W.   Truax    held   her
The following is the report of the
Grand Forks public school, as compiled by Principal May, for the
month of September:
En-   Actu- Aver-     Per
Division.      tolled,   nl,     age.   cent-ce
One  25     401      21.95     87 80
Two  39     (i7.'U.£   32.117     82.2:1
Three  31     «74>j   27.30     8047
Four 4(>     810      H0.00     81.78
Fine BI     800      42.18     83 00
Six  :ii)     G05K   31 (ii)     88.03
Seven  51     878ji   41.83     82.02
Total 282   4002     2»i28     83 78
1908 200   5002     241.70     8105
Difference... 14      49        5.42     2.13
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, Oct. 1.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
GranbyConsolidated.  100.00    93.00
B. C. Copper     7.12J     7.00
i, of   loronto,   presi   (|
J.J. Warrer
deni of the Kettle Valley line, spent j s|{je8i
a   couple   of  days   in the city this
week.    lie had no   important   railway news for publication,
Tbe fruits and vegetables at Law-
furnished all suggestion of dull
The drawing-room und tearoom were fragrant with ninny blossoms, great vases of roses and asters
being arranged effectively. The hoitess
was gowned in pale   blue  broadcloth.
re-1 with   garniture   of   laco   and point-
fresh   d'esprit.     Mis. Whiteside assisted   in
I receiving, while   Mrs.   Hodgson   und
Miss Olding did the honors iu the tea-
j room.
Miss Dobson and   Miss   McRae,   nf
j Toronto, who had   been   visiting Mrs.
., ,        , , .      A.'D. Morrison for a week, and  who
toucan  depend   on  everything  lefUm Wednesday for the coast, were
yemget at Lawson s being fresh and tho  guMts of   ,_}.,.._,. at aI1 evening
party  given by  Mrs. R  L. Hodgson
on the 24th.    Games and music made
foil's store, oo Second street, are
pledished  every day  with
Major Bennett, P.O,C, Esqui
malt, inspected the local rille asso
ciation this week. He found every
thing in good condition.
F. W. Elmore, of tbe Columbia
market, left this week for Alberta,
where he will buy cattle for his
business here.
Don't forget to drop in at Law-
son's grocery store when you are in
town.   It will pay you.
the hours pass pleasantly. The guests
dispersed soon after the midnight
Miss Christina McCallum is spending a few weeks at Vancouver and
other coast cities.
"Regret that the financial condi-
ion of the church is such that inducement to stay could not be offered to Rev. T. G. MacLeod," was
the dominant feeling expressed at a
congregational meeting held in Knox
church on Wednesday night. The
meeting had been called for the purpose of formulating a resolution in
regard to Mr. McLeod's resignation.
Rev. Mr. Ross was ir. the chair. All
those in attendance were encouraged
to siate their attitude towards a
passive acceptance ol the resignation.
A number were in favor of asking
the minister to reconsider the matter. Rut this was overruled by
others, who reasoned that as the
finances are now considerably in
arrears, adequate compensation for
his services could nut be assured.
Personal attachment lo the minister
and high praise for his fidelity to
the church's interests were expressed. The seeming inability to
get together the necessary fund's
alone influenced the meeting to allow the resignation to come unprotested before the Presbytery.
A meeting of the Presbytery was
held in Knox church on Thursday
evening for the purpose of considering Rev. .Mr. MacLeod's resignation,
Rev. Mr. MacLeod acted as moderator. , Those present were Rev. Mr.
Lundie, of Phoenix; Rev. M. McKee, of Greenwood, and Rev Mr.
Dow, of Rossland. David While-
side represented the kirk session,
and Mr. Little the congregational
meeting held on the previous evening.
In the face of existing conditions, no alternative was left the
Presbytery but to accept the resignation. All eulogized iln- character of
Mr. MacLeod, and the highest expressions of Jegiird were given on
the part of the Presbytery.
After the Resignation of Rev Mr.
MacLeod had been acted upon, lev.
M. McKee, of Greenwood, tendered
his resignation.
Rev. Mr. Lundie, of Phoenix, was
appointed   moderator  of the   kirk
.session, mid through him supply for
divine ordinances will  he provided-
Rev. Mr. MacLeod will preach his
farewell sermon to bis   congregation
at an early dale. Next Sunday
communion will.be dispensed alter
the morning service.
Presented Medals
Trustees Hull and Atwood on
Wednesday morning last presented
the medals won by the pupils of the
Grand Forks public, school at the
; last examinations, 'I'he presentation
speech, which was brief but appropriate, was made by .Mr.   Atwood.
The governor-general's medal was
awarded Miss Harris for the highest
: mark in the high school entrance
examinations. Miss Harris is in
Spokane at present, and the medal
was left in the custody of her sister.
The Eastern Townships bank's
medal was presented to Timothy
Alien for the highest mark in the
examinations for entranco to the
first division. JOHN   D, SPENCE
(Ehr BiiHtutri §mt
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The Evening Sun,
Phones H 74 QRANB FoitKtf. B.C.
SATURDAY, OCT.   2, 1909
The Saturday Sunset, of Vancouver, last week issued a "vigorous
Vancouver edition,'' consisting of
three sections of sixteen pages each.
As usual the paper is printed on
heavy book paper, and the illustrations are numerous and embrace a
wide range of subjects The publication is an indubitable evidence of the
enterprise of its proprietors, and
should prove a valuable asset us a
publicity medium for tin; Terminal
The exhibition made in this city
last .Saturday of tho products of the
ranch and orchard of the Kettle valley proved a surprise to even the people of the community, Considering
tho short notice on which the display
wascollected,it was simply marvelous,
and is a fairly reliable indication of
what the city might do in tlio way of
getting up a more pretentious exhibition of the products of this district, if
more time ami discrimination were
Used in selecting the exhibits. It is
to be hoped that no efforts will be
spared to bring about this consummation next year. If the project now
under way to organize au agricultural
association for the purpose of holding
annual fairs is successfully carried
out, there cm be no question as to the
success of the enterprise, because the
valley produces products worth exhibiting, and geographical location of
the citv is such that we could command n larger crowd of visitors than
nny other city in the interior of the
province. The formation of the association would mean government
grants for exhibition purposes, and the
financing of the undertaking should
therefore be aueasy tusk. Byall means
let us organize the association and
hold our lirst fair next year. There is
no better way to advertise lhe district.
It has long been apparent to the
most casual observer that the nominal
editor of   the  Gazette is cm ited.
Why this trait should carry with it
senile childishness is  matter that has
never beeu  adequately explai I   by
physinlogists.anii we shall not attempt
to throw any light on the subject in
this brief item. But it is a fact that
in this case the incompatible combination exists. He aoouses The Sun of
copying the minutes of the council
meeting from his paper. The Gazette,
nsfaros we know.holds no copyright ou
the council proceedings, and The Sun
bus free access lo all public documents. As an evidence that wecould
not have obtained our report from his
paper, lhe Gazette was studiously
silent on lhe subject of its editor's
silly harangue respecting his fake advertising -I'lieiiii's. The same remarks
apply lo the proceedings of lhe forestry commission. The evidence submitted beioi-elhal body is u mat ter of
public record. A word regarding the
methods of two papers. With the exception of half 11 dozen times, when
absence was unavoidable, The Sun has
had a representative at, every couneil
meeting during the pasl nine years.
Tiie ratepayers and readers of lhe
paper are entitled to this, because in
many instances it is the only way in
which they can ascertain how the public business is being transacted and
how the people's funds are expended.
On the other hand, lhe only occasions on which our contemporary has
been represented at a session has been
when its editor has hud some advertising fake—not to uso a harsher and
more appropriate term—that lie desired sanctioned, at the expense of the
ratepayers. Only a vague idea re
giiriling the deliberations of   the city
government win lie .llitiiined from tht:
minutes, and this is all tnat  tho Gazette readers are setting.    Hut   aside      m    »»■__ *t    t_/'i      l     l
..        .,.           ,.8       ...   ,,              •- i no Misses    \ ankleek, who  havo
trom   tins  question, what is there in t • ...     4,   .    . ,   ' ,,     n ,,
, c i   ,1 .1  . mi been visiting their sister* Mrs. C, M.
tho columns ut the Gazette   that   1 ho   ,r- v .L   , t.   __.!•
u       i    11 .>   r,M    e Kingston,   for  a   month, left this
Nun   should    covet:    J lio  few   news        ...     :.
. -*, ,,    ,    ., week tor the coast.
items that do not concern   the family
affairs oi tho editor are ancient, unim-      Miss White,  <>F   Brockville, Ont,
portant,  frequently  written  in lame who has hecn visiting   her  brother,
English and  grotesquely punctuated, J. EJ. White, left this  week forthe
and   so   notoriously   iucorrect    that coast.
thoy require correction the  followiugl
week.    [ts   occasional   panegyrics—     R. H.  Trueman,  the   Vanoouver
ai so much per line   are so overloaded l photographer; will visit the city on
with fulsome speech that thoy  border the Sth nf noxt ,„.„.„,
on the extravaganza type, and oan ho
regarded as complimentary only by
people of inordinate vanity. Its blood*
curdling "boiler plate" dime novels
is not the class of literature we consider lit for our readers. It con*
aiders the visit of a relative uf the editor of greater importance to the rum
mainly than the sale of a 6000-acre
tract nf land that will open up a
new disiriet. adjacent to the city.
We might extend those citations ad
infinitum, hut enough has been said
50 illustrate the Neepawa style of
journalism, Perhaps wben we become better acquainted with it we
may grow to like it—but we doubt it.
When an editor has not enough
modesty to keep his name out of the
personal column of his own paper he
should attend a journalistic night-
school for a decade.
It appears to he a mooted question
whether our publicity artiste is giving
Giaud Forks or Neepaw^ the preponderance of his profound deliberations.
It is to the credit of the owners of
the Gazette that they aro uot financially interested in the editor's
schemes. But the question naturally
arises, "What dues he do to earn his
Large Bottle Tort Wine, Too.   Lio
Bottling Works.
You might as well try to roach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers   hy advertising in any other
We carry the most fashionable stuck
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
olliee in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
Whon you order office stationery
at The Sun job olliee you ean rest
assured that it will he printed with
modern laces of type, and that the
workmanship will he up to the standard of 'metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kindsof paper and stationery is the most complete in the
Will all growers of fruit and vegetables having anything to sell kindly communicate with Robert Law-
For Side—Complete household
furnishings.   Apply to W. II. Itter.
For Rent—Two-story residence on
Third street, between Bridge and
Main sheets. Applv A. Traunweiser,
Vale hotel.
The  Sun  and  the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI.OO per yoar.
c^VlcKenzie its, Pfeifler, Props.
Will   open   up on
or about
November ist
With up-to - date
(^Moving Pictures
and high class specialties in the store
now occupied by
A. Waugh on 1st
PRICES;   -   -    15c AND 25c
Sat. Matinees, - 10c and 15c
'V ■'"'.■'>-'' ■;''.iv' /a
There's No Othar Way
l\i reach the large mul ever-increasing i ^ sTirned, ami endorsed "fender f<ir Paoitfi n
.     , V       .i        _i i   ni        Mil,plies" will  he  i-i'eriveil   uf ill ...nil   I'. M
circle il nut' readers than tli rough lin. 0n Tliumlriy. November i2>, 1009, lor lbe paok-
Sun's advertising columns.
Tenders l'or Freighting of Supplies for
the Yukon Teleg, aph Line.
BALED TBNDBRUaddressed to tbe under
' "Tender   .
II 6.00  I'. M
/• T7'b'/ MWllfK ^F       ,^^*f- 5
>¥ WMi¥^M^%^l Is what raoat i,eoplt
vK'i IC ~$~l? ■>  fc-'''-*'■*"" '*'^fC'4l want, anil   thev   al
fc.',V;.J>i    ■'■■■l' '^r'*§{.-'/WSA wavs get them at P.
JSlPrT Vfc2&„,_NaFJ&tlra_ Hums   ,t   Co.'s meal
Choice Cuts
Burns it Co.'s meat
l/S 7_t\ market. It ' is no
■Pi5fj'\V trouble to tis, because
^-'\i"'!r$M we always have the
stock. The very finest
selected beef, lamb,
mutton, veal, pork,
nnd poultry, nnd our
' /• — ■, ;-$+&*■-, -«v.y •-- •      an(l i"'uiirv, nun .nn
^7%^""      ""■'      —*w
j   ^■BB.iiaMM I «* **S \
a j      Dr. Harwood's Compound Syrup of White Pino and Tar is  n jj  *%
(\m     sure cure for Coughs, Colds and IToarsness. Taken before  in- \JT\
*     ■■•' fl;umii;i1 inn si»is in. it:    will    k_lv__ milfth tt-nnlile.      Pi'inn   oOc   :i    *3r   r
&CO.   I
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg;    Avenue
PHONE   18
I'lirllra Intending to build will du well lo con-
1909 cTilODELS tf
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries,
litj]iair Simp. Second-hand
Wheels.   Wheels to Jiont-.
A new lot of latest dosi^ns of pro-
grain and menu curds ju.st rooeived at
Tiik Sun job ollioo.
Now Edibiou Issued Nov. 15, 1006.)
Is a dozen hooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances nf
copper. It. is a praoical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of tho oojipes
Its faots will puss muster with the
trained soiontists, and its language is
easily understood by tho everyday
man. It ^ives tho plain facts iu plain
English without fear or favor.
Tt lists and doscribes 4636 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
] tho world, descriptions running  from
r>r-r^ Ow ap>p>i   t=- two.liDe810 8ixteen ,t:l*'s' BC00rain8
ULU.OnAI-'rLt.  to importance of the property,
Tho Copper Handbook is conceded
to ho tho
World's Standard Reference
iitcriiil >tn*l BUppIioa fnr pofnis n
ihcYiik..n I'elegrapli Una betwaen Quosiielle I
atxl \tlln* In theconnooftbe hmoiir ol IW10,
1(111(111(11012.   Porma  of lender itml Piieclllea-
tion iniiv be obtained nnd innn ■>_ oontrnol Been
on Dpiiliuatlon to .Mr. J,  T. POclan, Suporin-
tenduiii o( i lOvemtiuMii Tolegrapli. Vancouver,
B.C., Mr.IWm.   llendenmi, Dlitrlut Suporln-
tendon) Oovurnmeiil  I'elejtraphs, Victoria, H.
C, and from ill- tlovornment Telegraph Anoiita
in Asbcrott, B.O.. Quusnella. U.C , llazelion, a.
C.und Telegraiin Clock, H.C
Persona tenderlnfl are notified (hat tender*
.,t be cun aide rod unless mail') un the
,j.._.__-d form mipplled, andalfrned witb their
to make iipidicntinri   tor   tin1   transter , notuiilBtifimJureH «it li thnlr ocoupatloua and
license    in   '■- tlV***** of tm^ueo.   In thecal ot Itrmfl.tli
NOTICK is hereby given tlmt at tho
next meeting  of  the Hoard   of
License Commissioners  for  tho
Citv of Grand Forks, B.C., wa intend Wil
uf the retail liquor license   in   respect Ut.tlini ll(jnft,utu thotmwimof the occupai
to the "Granby" hotel, held   by Alex- Und pluci ... realdene. of each member of the
,       hi.ii- f i     i''    i    w   i Him iiin-^i in-niM'ii.
andt-r W illifiin 1'nisor  and    I'rnl   \\ ,     Bach 1 lermual  be aoeompanled by an
it        n   ,    ,i     , .:,} i.1..,.,i   \v   i>,!_.. _.M , aooentetl ulieaue nn n chartered imnk. mini''
llussi'll, tu tin'Mini I'H'il   V\. HushoII '|,1,v„'|,|„„,,|, ,],.,. „| ■„„. Houotirn  Hie
Ami fiii'lli.T  take  notice,   tlmt   at  MltiljterofPnlillo Wiirln.otiiinl to tfiiner
.... ,.     .- .mi     , i-i'iit [In p.''.) ol tin-mm,u I tin. r In •
naltl   meoting   an   application will lie I ano yvur'> i» i"   wltloh will Im forfeited II
made for   , isnioi : ge  ^„K"iff^ii5Jltfl',o'to05om.8or,Jf'f«l1
nun f the "Granby "hotel   to   llutt  to complete the worlt ountraptwl for,   if tne
,   .     ,..,        nu,   ,', tender lie not uooopted thoolioquo will i-
iil ihr "Hutwell   hotel, turned.
day of September, A.D, 1909,
A. W, i''i: askii.
F. W, Itl'SSKI.L.
opt i lit: !o\ve»l ui
By order.
N.M'IH.KON 'li:--'li;i!.
.Si eiutiirj.
Ilfl.irtni nl i.f Publio WurkK,
Ottawa, .st I'ti-iniitT-'l, 1009.
Newspaper, will not bo puld for this adver-
* ..........     ■       , i • .1     .   .t .M-.i>],ii j,i>  .. in  ii'i „!■    min   im   (hi>   tiini'i-
]0T1( E  is  hereby given thnl the ii,,,.,,,,.,;, ii tliov lu«ert u  ivltlioui nuUiorlty
Fancy Goods anil Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Maohinerynnd Metals,
Imitation Jewellery and Precious
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photogrflphio ami Optical Goods,
Provisions antl Oiluiou's .Siiiiics,
eto., i'ii'.
Cbrnmiwion -.', to B%,
Trade Discounts allowed,
Special Quotations mi Demand.
Sample Cases from ,£!" upwards,
Consignments of Produce sold on Ac
(Established 18H),
,.,,.:-,     ,     .,,   ;|„.   , .i    ,,,,,.... ,;r.:,Tinc.M-,-  .-,,-    i w i-n o v i-: r.i _= n i 31126, Abchuroh Lane, London, E.G.
,'   ,,    : i      ,'     .       , n'... i „ i Cable Address: "Annuairb, London."
Forks, in the Province of British Lol- notice	
uml.iit, has this dny been dissolved by    ,   x       u|    n! (] ,      , , n<.BTlr,^„TC nc ,M_.nr>»ri_icMT<_
mutual consent,     All   debts owing to Brand Horlw Mining Uiviilon of tttle Di..    CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
the said partnership are to be paid  to r\yi,'0re locntedi In Franklin oamp. notice;
Fred \V   llussi'll   who   will   continue T»iu-. Nivl'iLt. tlnii I. .i.iaies NleAnlie Prtn     Shirley FrnotionalMinora!Claim,aituate-ta
,'      , ,     ,, Mi •'•  CorHBonte .So.   B.6188, for ntsaeif  thdOraud Foika Mining Divislou of YaloDis-
to   carry   mi   the   busihes9, anil   all und   us agent u.r ItuhIi Matfurl  eroe trlet.
,  ■        ',.    ,   ,.,      ,;,|    ......Hii.i'ultii, Miner's CertiDoatu No. B10S90| John MoLnron,     Where I. itedl   In Summit Camp, adjoin-
claims against   the   said    partneisinp |.,.,,,.  ulnar's CertUloaM No. U1088O1 Peter  log the Shltltshooli > iral  Claim to the
are to be presented to the  snid   Fred »"/'■>;''■;:".X'^iJ^*ffi?cSSi__S2_'^n ' WMt
W.Russell, by who,,,   the  same  will ftiJk ' !!;,^,;^ S.^IK (.^i 'X* n^e , T^MLS-Wiff^t^'ra.^
Dated al Grand   Forks,   B.C.,   he  purjoseof obtaining a drown Grn.it oJth.|^™w»r»,^S{5j"^i7^,XthJ
20th day of September, A.l>. 1909,
INDENTS   promptly   executed   at! liOOk Oil Copper
[     lowest cash prices for all kinds of      fta mining man needs the book for
British  and  Continental  goods,  thefaetsit gives him about   mines,
including mining anil the metal.
Books and Stationery, Tlio investor needs tho book for the
Boots, Shoes and Leather, ^    | facta it gives him about mining, rain-
Chemicals and Druggists'Sundries, ing investmenta and copper statistics.
China, Earthen ware and Glassware,, Hundreds of swindling companies nre
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,        exposed in plain English.
Drapery, Millinery und Piece Goods, 1    prjQa ;9 $5 i„  Buckram   with  gilt
top; $7,fi0 itl full library moroeeo.
Will bo sent, fully prepaid, on ap-
proval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory,
'P|    partnership heretofore   exist
between us, the undersigned, ,
■ Department.
i veeluint. " I »W»Xlm
Jnd further tnke notloe^nt notion, under     ;,„, limll"e,. t„k,, „„„,,„ t|„„ ,otiolll u„aer
rutin .,1, inns   he oommeiioed before the Ueotion 87, mtlsl bo oommoncod before tho iisu-
■ii.nieo of such Certificate of  Improve-1 ,„„.,.,„ „„',.,, certiiieu I [mproyomonts,
Dutod at ilnnnl l-'orks. B.C., tl.i. 'J_nl 'lay nl
Witness: \V. li. Cochrane.
Dated this 13th duy of August, A.D. 1009.
Autfllst, A. I). HMO.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
463 Postollieo Blook,
Houghton, Michigan.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Compmitb Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
,\ Fresh (innitgnmotit ol
lleielveil Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
To all my friends and pal rims I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimraed Hats
will he given April 12 and 18.
A cordial invitation to all.
Holy Trinity Ciiukcii,Henry Steele'
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will bo celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a. in. Week-day and special services
as they are announced from time to
time You arc cordially invited to
worship with us, nnd we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Piiksbytkiiian Ciiukcii—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. nnd 7:30 p.
tu.: Sabbath school and Bible class nt
9:45 a, m,; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
ni. Mid-wcok prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; seats free.
Methodist Ciiukcii, Rev. 8ohlioh
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. ami 7:30 p.m.; Sunday schoul
and Kible class at 9:15 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Ciiukcii, Rev. P. W. Au-
vnclie,  pastor.—Services  on  Sunday
Soap Bargains!
Olive Oil and Cucumber  Soap (i for 28o
Oatmeal and Juice of Lettuce 6 for 26o
Peet's Mechanics' Soap 3 for 2oo
"Snap" Hand Cleaner 20c tin
Sponges, Bath Brushes, Nail Scrubs, all prices.
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Phone 104
at  11  a.  in. and  7:30 p.   in.;  Bible
class nntl Sunday school  nt 2:30 p.m.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
For   Snlc—160   ucres   of   good
timothy lnnd.    Apply this ofTiue.
We have some of the highest grade
paper nml stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Olliee.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
Now is the proper time to have them taken. The only
opportunity you will have to secure them will  be when
The well known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Grand Forks, which will be on
When he will remain for A SHOUT TIME ONLY.
Any one desiring lirst-class work in his line should not
fail call on hiin nt
Blome's Old Studio, Bridge Street
%l£ Stationery^
%gs Wall Paper
% C°©9 Q&S
m &1.00
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Regular Price ft 3.09
Hotel QoWn
Opposite Great Northern Station
P. D. McDONALD, Proprietor
innlet _
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently located
fnr ruilwuy men. Kirst-
eluss aceo in moil ut ions for
truiisleuts. It o it r it it n <1
rooms by the week at prevailing rates. Pine line of
Wines, Liquor* and Cipirn
uhvtiys In stock ut the bur.
wemm Se5 - ~ — - --:^^~s    Grand Forks, B. C.
Push and pull arc a hard pair to
Long wishing means short enjoyment.
The moon affects the tied and the
A fresh young man is apt to spoil
early iu life.
It takes a cheerful face to make
good in a photograph.
Wdfry gives the undertaker more
business than hard work.
Many a girl will knit her brow who
would darn a stocking.
Most of us try to forget the mean
things we say about ourselves.
Every man knows somo other man
he would like to get even with.
A political dark horse is a real
nightmare to the rest of the bunch.
A girl thinks it i.s flirting if she
catches a young man looking at her.
When some prodigals return it is
the fatted goose that should be killed.
When a man starts out to fool somebody he   usually begins with himself.
Our excursions are always short
when we go out  looking  for  trouble.
It doesn't pay to be a dog in the
manger—unless you are in the canine
A woman never misses an opportunity to boast of her influence over
some man.
It is almost as dittiult to live down
a bad reputation as it is to live up to
a good one.
We never rode in an airship, but
we have been up in the air on several
propositions lately.
Don't meddle with the affairs of
other people and you will have that
much less to worry about.
It is pleasant to read about "Free
Turkey," but we expeot that we will
have to buy one next Christinas.
If you cannot plant an occasional
flower along the path of life, you can
at least pull up an occasional weed.
After a man has known a woman
about so long he begins to tell her the
story of his life—with the accent on
the story.
The world may owe you a living,
young man, but by the time you collect it you will be ready to give the
undertaker a job.
Yalo  LitiirtlOisti'ict.    District of Siniilku-
n ecu,
TAKE    NOTICK   that    Smith    Curtis,    of
Ilossland, B.C.i OOOUpntioti mine  operator,
tends to apply for permission to purchase
the follow!"* desorlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted ou the western side line of the NeNon a Fort Shepherd
Railway company's Land Grant-and at the
southeast corner of Peter Shaw's pre-emption on Big Sheep Creek: thence west 70
chains; theuce smith 15 chains, more or less,
to the nortli line of J. J, GUI's pre-emption ;
thetlee east 35 chains, more or less, to northeast   corner of suid   Gill's   pre-emption;:
theuce south 15 ciiuins: thenee eust 85 eliains,
more or less, to tiie western line of aforesaid
Railway Land (irant; thence north HI) chains
to point of commencement, containing liiu
ncres, more or less.
Afjent for SMITH CURTIS.
Dated Deoember Uth, 1003.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
An Otter Whicli Meets the Special Wants of All Classes of Readers
The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these classes
Persona who have lived in the West for a lengthy period and are out and out
Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United
States and from Eastern Canada.
Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these
classes, but by this combination offer every special need is met
The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week
by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special
departments for American and British settlers. The Family Herald and
Weekly Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Canada with news of the
Eastern portion of the Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides
thelocal and Boundary news, whicli you cannot do without.
Sunrise on the Prairie
[A Schoolboy's Composition.]
Sunrise on the prairie is like nothing else in all the world The prairie,
without the magic effect of the sun, i.s
a limitless expanse of dewy verdure,
and when the early morning li.U'ht
shines upon it, the scene is changed to
a boundless ocean of diamond drops of
1 had risen at three on a June
morning that I might behold the entire panoramo of tho earth, the sky,
and all nature under the touch of the
skyey artist. The earth lav spread
out in gloomy silence, strangely and
solemnly impressive. Over it hovered
the mists, sombre and gray, under n
sky just fading from the blackness of
light. As the light increased, far iu
the distance the horizon lay straight
across the picture with but a tiny
mound to break tho liue. The clouds
high iti heaven were touched with
streaks of red and gold until the flush
of dawn o'erspread all the sky ami
sharp arrows of light shot up, to
herald the approach of Phcebus in his
chariot of gold.
As soon as the arrows touched the
grass, the prairie was alive wilh glistening grandeur, and the morning
breezes, softly passing, bore thc sweet
freshness of dewy grass and Mowers ou
their wings and lilted the world with
the delightfulncss of summer, Then
the golden orb softly ascended, the
mists melted under its warm touch,
aud it was broad day.
M. Inst. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paoxe B77
Furniture   Made   tu  Order.
Also Repairing uf nil Kinds.
Upholstering  Neatly Done.
London Mutual Kin- Insurance Co,
Montreal end Canada,
Ami other substantial companies*
Prints more live Boundary news thnn
anv other paper published in the
district, The price of Tiik Sun is
only $1.00 per year—one-half tin- coal
ut' its competitors. Tin. Sin is never
on the fence regarding questions ot'
publio interest. Tin: Six is acknowledged to If one of tin- brightest
papers published in the interior ot'
tho province. Those who subscribe
nnd feel dissatisfied, will havo their
money refunded by calling at theoifics
of publication.
Tiik Evening Son and the Toronto
Weekly Globe ami Cauada Farmer,
SI.OO per yenr in advance.
Tiik Evening Sun. The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press und Prairie Farm-
r and the Montreal Family Herald
nnd Weekly Star, £..'.00 pur year in
ANV nviillnble Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt nf llritish Columbia may he
limnest. ailed hy any person who is the head
<>f a family, or any male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
«f iw acres, more or lens.
Entry must be made personally at the local
laud office for the district hi whicli (he Inml
is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform
the conditions conmvted therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six mouths' residence upon and
cultivation of the lund in each year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father in
deceased)] ofthe homesteader resides upou a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements us to residence may he satisfied by such person residing with the father
or mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent residence upon Farming laud owned by him in
ttie vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied hy
residence upon the said luud .
Six mouths1 notice iu writing should be
given the Commissioner of Dominion   Lands
at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.
Coul -Goal mining rights Ma*' be leased
for it period of twenty-one years at au annual rental of $1.00 per acre Not more than
2,680 ocres shell he teased to one Individual or
Company-    A royulty at tbe rate of five cents
per ton shull he collected on the merchantable emit mined.
Deputy of tlio Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized   publication  of   this
advertisement will not he paid for.
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
Furniture Moving a Specialty.
All uiilcrs receive drouipt attention.
Hotel Pbovinch.
I Receive both Unites and Gentlemen us resident or duy student*: hus a complete Com*
merolalor  Buslneee Course] prepares rtti*
dents to .rain     'leathers'   Certificates   of   ull
irradesi (fivesthe four years' course for tu
H. A. degree, end the Aral year of the Sohool
of Science course* tn affiliation wltb the To*
rontoUniversity| bus speeiul prospector*
course for miners who work in h.Q, in.true*
linn Is alio given in Art, Music, Pbyileal Culture   and   Kloention.   Term  opcAl Sept.   II,
lotto,  For Calendars, etc., address
Tiik Sun i.s roud  by flverybdy bo
cause it prints nil the Boundary news
complete line <»f 1909 models.    A few
second-hand   wheels cheap,    Wheels
Special   Old   Port $1  per gallon,  to rent.     Geo.   ChAPPLE,  Winnipeg
Lion Bottling Works, Avenue. Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
sex should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice ol a physician of over 40 years' experience
—a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from
telling to their local physician. The local physician
is prrtty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without '*an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally need*
less,  and   that  no woman,  except  in   rare  cases, should  submit   to   them.
Dr. Pierce's treatment will cure you right in tho privacy of
your own  home.   His "Fnyor.te  Prescription"  hes  .
hundreds  of tbousnndsi some of them  tho worst
It is Ihe only medicine of its kind that is the prochlo_ or a
physician.   The only one good enough tii::. Its makers dan
ingredient on its outside wrapper.    There's no seorocy.    I   '
tion.    No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in    -
ulo'js medicine dealers may offer you . substitute     Don': 1:..:: it.    >■
with your health.   Write tn World's Dispensary Msdioel Association, I
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.,—_ ■ .„.-.- received and be v..
Two Millions a Year
The Crows' Nest dial coinpany]
spends annually iii wages and has
expended in cash on capital account
since operations begun over 85,000,-
000. The daily output at present is
8001) tuns of cuke, h considerable
portion of which goes into coke.
Klias Rogers, president of the company, savs that in three years, provided the government will co-operate, the company will he spending
85,000,000 a year in wages besides
adding considerably to its plant.
Mr. Rogers states that  the reduction on   the
made by the United Stales will be
of much benefit to producers in
Canada for tbe present at least. The
duty was reduced from 00 to 45
emits per ton, but no reduction was
made on coke, which forms such nn
important part of the industry. The
company's product is a high grade
coking eoal, and it is from coke that
the coinpany expects to make its
required to demonstrate what these
prospects will turn into. Up to the
present time practical mining men
have not been much interested, bui
there is no good reason why they
should not be if it can be shown thnt
the surface values go down.
The completion of tbe C. P. i{. to
Penticton will give us direct connection    with   the   (iranby   smelter  at
tlrand    Forks.      The   handling   of
Ifreightcars by barges on the O'kana-
Igan lake would give us'praeieally an
i all-rail route direct to the smelter.
Tbe capacity of the Granby  has
I been  increased   to such  an extent
luty  on  coal recently, .,        . , . ,   .     .,   ,
■ j that within a month it will be putting through .1000 tons of ore every
twenty-four hours. This will make
it the largest copper smelter in the
British empire, and the fourth largest in the world.
K. T. Hank ollieials state that the
foreman of construction of the new
building in this city left Vancouver
for Grand Forks over a week ago.
lie is either walking the distance,   or
masonry work on Frank Hart-
new   Grand  Porks   hotel has
Mining in Okanagan
With the opening up of the sever-1ulse "a llils   been   sidetracked   some-
al copper-gold prospects wdiich have       ere'
been reported from  time  to lime in i     J
the vicinity of Mara, Knob Hill and  !"SI .     ,
,,       ,, ,     .  , .,, , , ' been completed, and   good progress is
Kountl lake, interest will he aroused, •„,„. i„.„, ,     .   • ,.     .,     ,   ...
'   now being made in rooting the  budd-
and   other  discoveries   will follow,   ing.
snvs tbe Enderby Press.    These ore      .,,,     _ ,       . ,
ine   government   rain  gauge  has
oulcroppings which have  heen dis-1 been putting in 24-hour shifts during
covered   are   as   good  as  any that! the past week.
some  of   the  big mines showed on J     Dan Wilson killed a cinnamon hear
the surface.   Money and   labor are I and two cubs in the mountains east of
<>];_, 5:. 7
1 TP'
65, SOO
.') 1,270
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
Granbv Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe.  Phoenix	
Mother Lode. Deadwood	
li. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King.Sumniit	
Winnipeg. Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sully, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Hoy, West Fork	
Providence. Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eaglg 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark (.'amp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark......."	
Mavis. Skvlark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
( Week
Total, tons     1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
(Iranby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter....
this city. The skin of the large bear
was on exhibition nt P. Bums' market last Saturday. Some of our citizens enjoyed choice bear steak after
lbe massacre.
R. A. Brown says he is willing to
eat every bedbug in the universe that
the following preparation won't exterminate: 1 o/.. corosive sublinient,
1 oz. gum camphor, 1 pt. of turpentine.    Apply with a spray.
A. 11. Napper has moved into John
Donaldson's house, opposite the Methodist church.
Fresh cow for sale. Apply C. S.
The Sunday-closing law went into
effect in Ferry county last Sunday,
and Danville was a dry town.
A. D. Morrison is remodeling the
fiont of his jewelry store, and also
putting a new Boor in the entire building.
Air. .1. 1''. Cass, of Mount Vernon,
Wash., is building a residence on his
orchard tract, on the Covert estate,!
adjoining Eugene Herrick's place.
Mr. H. Sweyne and Ii. L. Hodgson
drove on Sunday to thelatter'sranch,
about ten miles up the North Ann.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our readers than through Till!
Sun's advertising columns.
Largo Bottle Port Wine, 75c. Lion
Bottling Works.
When you order office stationery
at The Sun job olliee you can rest
assured that il will be printed with
modern faces of type, nnd that the
workmanship will he up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete iu the
Jnst received, a large consignment
of the latest patterns of spring and
summer suitings. Geo, Massie, the
up-to-date tailor.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as lo attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
dary country. And we are the only
otlice ill this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job olliee.
The hest (ind must
Miiint.ii.tiiil (Ire-proof
building in the lioun-
ilitry country. He-
oently completed and
newly furnished
throughout! Bnuip-
nod witli nil modern
electrical louven-
iences, Centrally |o-
rated, tfirst-class ao-
ravelling public,
Hut and Cold i)___lis
First-Class ISnr, Pool
and Biiiiard Koums
in Connection.
l'JLU. [;■ _.- S*..^k.   ——'-
Print! n
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercia 1   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements nnd Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery.
And everything turned ont in an
Up-to-date Priuierv.
-the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the hest. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
Grand * Forks Sun
Job Department
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,420,275
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(.AMU OI Company,            Capital.   Imuod. Par. HOB.     Date.     Dote.  Share
<;n.nl>v(:niisnli,l......l-Co|iner...Sir,,<llM,l_l.l      l:l_.WH)   $100 $l,ll_ll,WlM_>\l>S0 Jtc,   «»   f S. jl
Cariboo MoKlnnoy-Qold     i,25wmio 1,_50,ikki    $1         (MM Feb. JJW    .00
Providence-Silver S&200000     »l ooo    ** 16.UU0      M Sept. 1006    .60
B.O. Copper—Copper    3.UO0.000   ;5oa.uou     ts               201,200 sept. 1807    .04
1 he Oliver 1 ypewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please road the headline over again, then its
tremendous significance will lawn upon you.
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard visible
writer—the most highly peri   ted typewriter
on tho market—yonra fur I" oents    dayi
The typewriter whose conquest oi the com*
merclal world Is a matter of hlstor*-- yours tor
17 oentsaduyl
Tho typewriter that Is equip Ith score* ol
such conveniences us "The Balance shift"—
"Tho Ruling Device"—"Tho Double ReleflB0M—
"The   Loi lotivo    Base"—"The    Automatic
Bpacer"—"The Antomatic Tabulator"—'•Th*
Disappear! indicator1!
-••Thu Adjustable IV
ier Pingerr*—"The Eol-
eutlfla Condensed Key.
Yours for  17
Gents a  Day!
Wo announood this
new sales plan recently, Just to (eel the piiiw. or
thu people Simply a small cash payment—
then 17 oents a day. That Is the plau in a nutshell.
Thu rosult hus been Buch a ddluge uf nin»lic_i-
tiiuiH fur machines thai wu aru simply astounded.
The demand comes from people of all classes,
nil ages, all occupations,
'I'ik' ni.ij-'riiv or Inquiries low oomo from people of known flmmeial Btaiidiiig wuo were attracted by the novelty of tlio propou '"a. aii
impressive demonstration nf tlm Immense pop-
ularityof the Oliver Typewriter
a startling confirmation of our belie! that
ihe Era ofUuiversnl Typewriting laathuud.
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
The StandardVisible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter is a money-maker
riglit from the word "gol" So easy to run that
beginners soon got hi ibo "expert" class, Knru
as vim loam. Lot tho machine ray lhe it cents
it ihiy--i.ini nil above thai isynnrs.
Wherevor you are, there is work to he done
and money to lie mucin by using the Oliver. Tho
business world is calling for Oliver operators.
I here are in.t enough lo supplv the demand.
Phelrsalarles are considerably ahove those ol
many classes of workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the batllo cry today.   Wc have made
the culver fniprome l" usefulnesBaud absolutely
busluess. Now comes the con.
of (111
Tho simplicity and strength ofthe Oliver fit It
for family use. ir is becoming an Important
factor in the home training of young people,
An educator as well as n money maker.
Onr now Belling plan puts the Oliver on ihu
threshold of evory homein Ameriea. win y.„i
cio.-e tilt* [Inor.ol ynur home orolHcfl on this re-
mnrl'able Oliver offer?
Write for further details of our easy oiler mid
a free copy ol tne new Oliver catalog.  Address J
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typmvrllo. Building,
Always Curries in Stock
ii Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Doou North of Oiiaxuv Hotel,
First Street,
Heavy und Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Pas-
nengera and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.hi'Iioxk A129
Rt'TiiKHFOiin Bros., Puoi'S.
60  YEARS'
Trade Marks
Copyrights &c.
Anyone sending a Bketch and description may
OQlckly uncertain our opinion free whether an
frventlon la probably Pn«^"tftUTn°Ani_PomKu"loa"
Mom at rlotly cnnUdoiitluOANDBODlT on Patent*
■out free. Oldest oiioncy for BGcurlugpatenta,
Patents taken through ilium & Co. receiw
tmccu.1 notice, withoufieharge, intb9
Scientific American.,
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Totim for
Canada. 83.75 a year, postage prepaid. Bold by
all newsdealers.
<H F BU WMbumtoo, D,


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